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he is. thanks for watching. "the early show" is up next. have a great one. see you back here tomorrow morning. bye-bye. tropical tropical trouble. a storm system moves north into florida and threatens to bring heavy rain and flooding to much of the east coast. we'll tell you where it's headed and what residents can expect. danger in the sky. landing gear trouble forces yet another passenger jet to make an emergency landing. this time, in milwaukee. just days after a similar plane skidded to a halt at jfk raising new questions about the safety of that aircraft. polygamy pro. stars about a man and four wives find themselves at the center of a police investigation after allowing cameras into their home. will the real-life big love end up in the big house? early this wednesday morning, up in the big house? early this wednesday morning, september 29th, 2010.
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captioning funded by cbs rain is gone. thank goodness. at least here in the city. for the moment. good morning, everybody. i'm harry smith. >> but a lot cooking in the tropics. good morning, everyone. i'm maggie rodriguez. >> another story of this morning, you have heard of this out of texas. this is a brawl that erupted. this is not a college game. this is not a semi pro game. not a high school game. this is a pee wee football game. jeff glor is investigating and have that for you a little bit. we want to start in south florida where a tropical depression pushing through, bringing heavy rain and possible flooding. before it's all over, it could impact much of the east coast. sherry williams of our miami station wfor is in miami beach and has the very latest. good morning.
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>> reporter: good morning, harry. south florida getting quite the soaking. i'm wading in water here on miami beach. with the heavy downpours, flooding is a big concern here. the roadway behind me already washed out as drivers have been dealing with that as they come through this area. flooding is a big concern as the downpours continue to hit us, coming through overnight and into the morning hours. the rain picking up on us moments ago. the worst of what we're being told is dealing with this all morning and not going away any time soon as we're expected to continue dealing with the flooding and water collecting and gathering in south florida as the day goes on. harry? >> thank you very much. we want to go to dave price and find out where this storm is headed. good morning, sir. >> you know what? she was right. just beginning to see the storm pick up. not well organized right now but goes over the florida peninsula, south florida, out into the atlantic and where it gets energy. and that rotation is going to be more well formed. the biggest concerns, once it
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moves through florida, rolling into the carolinas, places like wilmington already pounded and another three, possibly to eight inches of rain expected as this system begins to zoom on up the coast. and again, it is going to follow a quick path all the way through to the northeast. but the biggest concerns tomorrow, what could be, well, what could become a tropical storm later on today. that would be nicole. we'll watch it and it's a serious rainmaker and concern is flooding. back to you. maggie? >> hurricane season through the end of the november. thank you very much, dave. 7:03. latest on the emergency landing of yet another airliner with landing gear trouble. it happened to a passenger jet last night in milwaukee. a smaller version of the jet that had a near-crash landing at jfk airport on saturday. cbs news correspondent nancy cordes in washington this morning w. the latest. good morning, nancy. >> reporter: good morning. tuesday's emergency landing baerls striking and troubling similarities to last saturday's incident at new york's jfk airport.
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sky west airlines flight 3074 from omaha to milwaukee was forced to make an emergency landing tuesday night. the problem -- the plane's left landing gear was stuck. >> you could hear them trying to put the landing gear down about four or five times. >> reporter: 5:10 p.m., the plane with 36 passengers and a crew of 3 landed safely. it was eerily reminiscent of last saturday's dramatic landing at jfk. >> stay down! stay down! >> reporter: flight 4951 carrying 64 people also could not lower part of its landing gear. >> brace for impact. >> reporter: lighting the night sky in shower of sparks as a wing dragged along the tarmac. no one was injured. they're both products of bombardier, a plane with five landing gear malfunctions in past two years. december 15th, 2008. a mesa airlines landed safely at
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chicago's o'hare airport. june 11th, 2009, atlantic southeast airlines made an emergency landing in atlanta. and on may 23rd of this year, yet another sky west crj-200 touched down safely in ontario, california. they have released a statement about this latest incident saying, quote, the aircraft has logged more than 27 million flight hours and more than 22 million takeoff and landing cycles so these are very good and reliable aircraft. maggie? >> yet, nancy, you mentioned they have had five similar incidents in two years s. that unusual? >> reporter: it is unusual. i mean, it is not that uncommon for a tire to blow which makes landing a more nerve wracking but for the landing gear to fail altogether, that's much more serious. the planes are computer jets and make short flights, many flights a day and more wear and tear on the landing gear but still, something like this shouldn't happen. >> what about the faa announcing any plans to ground aircraft or
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do additional safety inspections in light of this? >> reporter: no word from the faa yet but they'll be taking a look at the problem now that it's happened twice in rapid succession, maggie. >> thank you, nancy. and now here's harry. >> now to president obama back on the campaign trail trying to reignite the fire in young voters who helped him win the white house. but getting them support democrats this year seems to be a bit of a challenge. cbs news chief white house correspondent chip reid is traveling with the president in des moines. good morning, chip. >> reporter: good morning. the president is doing whatever he can to fire up the democratic base before election day. he told "rolling stone" magazine it's irresponsible and inexcu inexcusable for democrats not to go to the polls and at the university of wisconsin he gave a barn burner of a speech. >> what did you say, wisconsin? >> reporter: recalling the glory days on the 2008 campaign trail -- >> hello, wisconsin! >> reporter: -- president obama rallied a raucous crowd of at
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least 15,000 people at the university of wisconsin in a speech beamed to more than 100 college campuses nationwide. >> we cannot sit this one out. we can't let the country fall backwards because the rest of us didn't care enough to fight. the stakes are too high for our country and for your future. >> reporter: this is the first in a series of campaign rallies aimed at reigniting enthusiasm among young voter that is propelled the president to victory two years ago but the problem for democrats is that many young voters are far less interested in the midterm elections five weeks away. >> level of enthusiasm as far as this election coming up, i don't think it there's. >> trying to get excitement for other people and not himself an i guess that changes -- >> reporter: makes it harder? >> yeah. >> united states senator russ feingold. >> reporter: other democrats like senator feingold who recently avoided appearing with the president at a campaign event and tuesday night made a surprise stop. >> you heard my president!
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you are our president! and i'm thrilled that you are here with all of us badgers. >> reporter: the president returned the favor hoping to give a boost to feingold that not long was favored to win and now trailing in the polls. >> because if everybody who fought for change in 2008 shows up to vote in 2010, we will win. we will win. the polls say the same thing. we will win. >> reporter: today the president changes the focus back to the economy with another backyard event but there are more campaign-style rallies on college campuses scheduled in the weeks to come. back to you. chip reid in des moines, tha thanks. joining us is bob woodward, author of "obama's wars" and live in the studio this morning. this is a book, ostensibly, about afghanistan. as it turns out, it is about pakistan which is in the news
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these days because of all the drone attacks. the piece there over the weekend on "60 minutes." this is a war not going away but as it turns out it is so much more about pakistan. >> exactly. i saw that "60 minutes" piece and you see how violent it is in afghanistan.>x@r and, of course, the dirty little secret here that's not a secret is that the safe havens for al qaeda and the taliban are in pakistan. and so they literally are there in pakistan. the taliban insurgents go back for r & r weekend and trucks waved through by pakistani at their check points to go to afghanistan to kill american soldiers. >> the thing that is, i think, so interesting about this book is it puts all the characters in their proper places. and then you see, though, that
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these folks are infused with ambition and intelligence and have lots of things at stake and there really is friction among them all trying to get to the same theoretical place. >> it's intense. what i find is that -- and kind of a summation of some of this is so much is unsettled. the president's committed to 30,000 more troops into afghanistan. but in these secret meetings in the situation room and the white house, he repeatedly says, we need a plan to get out. there can be no wriggle room. i'm not going to do ten years. he is out of afghanistan psychologically and the question is, for commander and chief, don't you have to be kind of the guy up there? yes, we can. we'll win. >> of course, when he takes
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over, they're already in the war for seven years and what he was not going to do and he said in the book is give the military a blank check and an open-ended deal, say, go do your best. >> yes. he tried to limit it in terms of number of troops and strategy. some people in the military, like general petraeus, felt, well, we have 30,000. we asked for 40,000. the limitation on the mission is not that great. and what we have to do and i mean, this is true at cbs, "washington post," any institution -- >> reality. >> show progress and you'll be given more time. >> one of the criticisms that comes to you when you write these books is that people think you must give truth serum to the people you interview but also that some of the people that come off best are the ones that talk to you the most. how would you respond? >> i talked to nearly everyone in this case, and including the president and the vice president
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and secretary of defense have said they talked to me. the key to this in the spine of the book are these notes of nsc meetings, the documentation. so it's not somebody's favored spun recollection. it is exactly what happened. >> the book -- >> and, you know, some people -- there are many -- this is what can make your head hurt. you can look at it like the white house read it. people there. and robert gibbs, the press secretary, essentially embraced the book. said read the whole book. this is a story of a president's struggling. other people have read it and said this is a story of a president who doesn't know exactly where he's going. >> it depends on where you come from and take away from it without question. one of the other great telling things is stanley mcchrystal sort of foretelling of his own downfall and there's lots of
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really very interesting and amazing things in there. >> thank you. >> we're out of time. thank you very much for being here in this morning. let's go to the news desk. erica hill is here. good morning. >> good morning. this morning, security officials in several european countries tracking possible terrorist plots with commando-style raids and hostage taking. cbs news xhont macorrespondent phillips with the latest in london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it's called credible. but they have said that no attack was imminent and with one exception, the terror level has not been raised. the only actual evidence of any increased terror threat is in france where there have been a number of security alerts including the eiffel tower last night. the second threat there in two weeks. the terror threat level raised in france which fears a backlash
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from north african militants over attempts to bad the wearing of burqas by muslim women. britain and germany have also been named as possible targets but terror threat levels have not been raised. >> it comes out of the maturity in these style of attacks that pakistan has very sadly been having for a long time. >> reporter: alleged plots said to have been modeled on the attacks of mumbai, india, two years ago in which terrorists of pakistan attacked public places, killing more than 170 people. this recent plot, security sources say, has been foiled by the increased use of unmanned drone strikes on terror cells in pakistan, as well. known leading figures of al qaeda groups reportedly been targeted. there are inconsistencies in this story, particularly in france where security alerts have been prompted by phoned-in bomb threats. normally al qaeda didn't do warnings. one added ingredient in the
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story is the arrest in spain of a man suspected of financing al qaeda in north africa. he is a u.s. citizen of algerian origin of debi and spain has been trying to nab him for two years. >> thank you, mark. it is a victory for the obama administration in the stem cell argument. a court ruled the research can continue for now and reverses a judge's order last month to block the research. a decision the justice department is appealing. president jimmy carter spent the night in a cleveland hospital. doctors recommending more observation this morning. mr. carter admitted yesterday after an upset stomach on a flight from atlanta. it's unclear when he'll resume his bookstore. >> actress lindsay lohan back in
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rehab. this new photo released showing her on the west hollywood terrace reading a self-help book called "the power of rest" and checked herself into rehab yesterday. lohan must stay there until the next court date of october 22nd. mark your calendar for that one. dave price, switch things up for a little bit, first check of the national weather this morning. >> from one stormy situation to another. there's the radar picture. not very well formed right now but we are seeing a much more compacted storm beginning to work up the coast. right now, it is to the south-southwest of miami moving at 35 miles per hour with winds 35 miles per hour. getting up to 39 and you have a
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>> that's a quick look at your weather picture. much of the rest of the country quiet. high heat in the pacific northwest. talk about that in a little while, folks. >> thanks, dave. one husband, four wives and one reality tv show. now the whole family is under investigation after allowing cameras to follow their every move. we'll tell you why.
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it is illegal to have more than one spouse. >> i heard that. >> it's called polygamy. yet this man is on tv on a new reality show flaunting four wives. now authorities in utah are opening up an investigation and charging the whole family possibly with a third degree felony. we'll talk more about that. speaking of adults in need of better supervision, we'll talk about pee wee football in texas, also coming up. >> this portion of "the early show" sponsored by chile's.
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california will likely n llions of federal it's 7:25. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm juliette goodrich. it's 7:55. california will likely not get millions to recover from the deadly explosion and fire in san bruno. the state received a letter from fema denying its request for aid. but fema will reimburse the state for up to 75% of the firefighting expenses. a federal judge in san jose has blocked the execution of a convicted killer. more time is needed to review the lethal injection process used in california. if albert brown isn't put to death this week his execution won't happen next year. jerry brown won the gubernatorial debate last night. 40% of those polled felt brown won. republican meg whitman close behind at 37%. and that's well within the
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margin of error. the remaining 23% felt there was no clear winner at uc- davis. we'll have traffic and weather in just a moment. we'll be right back. ,,,, [ female announcer ] jerry brown and oakland's schools. what were the facts? fact: march 7, 2000. brown asks voters for new mayoral power
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to appoint school board members. he gets it, and promises better schools. but the drop out rate increases 50%. the school budget goes into a 100 million dollar deficit. the schools become so bad the state has to take them over. it was "largely a bust," he admitted. jerry brown. failure as governor. failure as mayor. failure we can't afford now. good morning. it remains a slow ride getting towards the bay bridge toll plaza. traffic backed up well into the maze. wow, this shot got bright all
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of a sudden. there was a stall and a three- car accident both on the upper deck before 7:00 a.m. everything is now gone cleared out of lanes but it kind of left a big backup unfortunately at the toll plaza. if you heading towards the san mateo bridge, we are still seeing a huge line of red on southbound 880. there was an accident by lewelling and it's backed up in the area. if you're heading towards the san mateo bridge, we should get across the span, it looks okay. only about a 14, 15-minute drive time here in the westbound lanes of 92 as you head towards the peninsula. and 880 through oakland another bright spot looks to be good here past the coliseum. that's a check of your traffic. here's tracy with your forecast. hey, thanks, elizabeth. our forecast for today, expecting sunny skies, plenty of sunshine, san jose today not as hot. yesterday 99, today 92. around the bay, temperatures cooler for the lower 80s. and the upper 60s along the coast. temperatures will continue to cool down through the week.
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it is a wednesday morning, everybody. we have a big crowd out there this morning. welcome back to "the early show." coming up we know football is a violent sport. but even pee wee football? think about -- this is -- this is in response to something that happened on the field. these parents and these coaches, i mean -- they are out o of control. they are absolutely out of control. we will focus in on some of what happened there and it's a brawl at a pee wee football game in texas. ands it the kids, as it turns out, will end up really paying the price for that. we'll get to that story in a bit. proof anything can happen on live television. during the finale of
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the host announced the winner but gets word in her here she's announced the wrong winner after the poor girl made her acceptance speech and everything. everyone is mortified. we're talking about that this morning. is it real or a publicity stunts? i hate to be a cynic. >> i wonder. >> we'll look at that ahead. first a new reality tv show about a polygamist family in eutaw is drawing unexpected and unwanted attention. priya david-clemens is in los angeles this morning with the story. good morning, priya. >> the show "sister wives" premiered on tlc sunday and almost immediately after it started the brown family of lehi, utah found they are under investigation for the very lifestyle they allowed reality cameras to fill. . >> i'm a polygamist. but, we're not the polygamists you think you know. >> reporter: the mysterious world of polygamy on full display sunday as the brown family, all 21 of them, starred
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in the premiere of tlc's new reality series "sister wives". >> i just fell in love, and then i fell in love again, and then i fell in love again. >> reporter: an astounding 2.3 million viewers tuned in to catch a glimpse of the world of 41-year-old kody, his four wives, children and three step-children. >> some people think, how do you feel when he's off with another woman and they are having sex? gosh darn it, they better. >> reporter: by allowing reality cameras into their home the browns may have allowed real trouble into their lives. trouble that may cost them their freedom. >> we are investigating the brown family for the crime of big me. >> reporter: utah police have launched an investigation to determine if the mormon family is breaking the state law against multiple marriages. police say the investigation was brought on by the publicity surrounding the show. >> as happy consenting adults, this is what we have chosen. >> reporter: the family says freedom of religion should allow them to continue their way of
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life. the hbo series "big love" turned the spotlight back on polygamy, a practice banned by the mormon church in 1980. >> marge and i, we're second-class citizens. >> reporter: in 2008 the issue grabbed headlines with a polygamist compounds run by this convicted sex offender was raided and more than 400 children removed. >> we don't ever promote the lifestyle. this is kind of the thing i would actually say, hey, buddies, don't try this at home. >> the brown family says they are not surprised by the added scrutiny saying when we decided to do the show, we knew there would be risks but for the sake of our family and, most importantly, our kids, we felt it was a risk worth taking. only time and the police investigation will tell how much that risk will cost. and it's rarely prosecuted, but big me is a third degree felony in utah, so after the police are
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done with their investigation, the evidence will be forwarded to the district attorney's office for review. maggie. >> seems the evidence is right there on tape. thank you. joining us to talk more about what this could mean for that family our legal analyst, lisa bloom. good morning to you. >> good morning, maggie. >> this seems to be pretty cut and dry. polygamy is illegal and they are flaunting they are polygamists. do you think if it moves forward they will have a hard time proving this is a crime. >> maggie, i don't know what they were thinking doing a reality show with cameras clearly a felony under utah law, a person who knows they have a husband or wife cannot take another spouse or co-habit with someone else on n a marriage-like relationship. here they are saying we have a polygamist lifestyle and all live together, four wives and one husband, clearly in violation of utah law. >> there they are, flaunting it to millions of people kind of
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almost taunting authorities to go ahead and move forward with this. what do you think will happen? >> well, we know that prosecutors do rarely prosecute also this there is child abuse or statutory rape in a polygamist marriage. on the other hand, you can't simply flaunt what you're doing and sort of thumb your nose at law enforcement and expect to get away witt. i mean, here is hard cold evidence by way of all of the videotapes of the reality shows. i don't think law enforcement can turn their backs when the evidence is this clear. >> what do they face if they are convicted? >> they face between zero and five years in prison and up to a $50,000 fing. you know, they say this is a risk they thought was worth
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up next, parents you know you're supposed to be role models, right? do these adults look like role models to you? we'll find out what happened to
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teach good sportsmanship. which is why a fight between coaches and parents at a pee wee football game is attracting national attention and outrage. cbs news national correspondent jeff glor has the story. good morning. >> harry, good morning to you. it was supposed to be a fun game for 11 and 12-year-olds in texas 20 miles south of houston and became an adult brawl. now, the kids are paying the price for their parents' mistakes. a fan shooting home video of the pee wee football game captured the ugly scene from the stands. it began just after you see one player for the patriots run for a touchdown. what you don't see out of the camera's view, two players who collided beginning to scuffle. one parent stepped in, followed by many, many more. before long, a wave of angry dads streamed away from the field, pushing, shoving, punching. >> the coaches actually did that in front of us because that's a
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bad example for us. >> reporter: the melee included this especially ugly moment. one patriots coach blind-siding a father from the other team, a sucker orders punch to the back of the head even while one of the young players nearby tried to play peacemaker encouraging adults to settle down. obviously he had little success. fans watched stunned. >> shock and waiting, hoping that it's going to end any minute. >> reporter: now, what's inciting even more anger and frustration is a decision by the local football league, which has banned kids from both teams from postseason play. even though it's pretty clear the parents were responsible for elevating a rough tackle between kids into an all-out brawl between adults. >> i don't think it's fair they punished up for what the coaches did. >> parents and players will try to convince the board to change its ruling.
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but right now the league has said that ruling is final. harry. >> the kids are being punished. >> right. >> what's happening with the coaches? >> some are being punished, as well. the first one has resigned now banned for life from the league. some of the other coaches have been tossed out for the remainder of the season but authorities are saying right now no criminal charges are going to be filed. even given that sucker-punch you saw, which is -- >> what a story. wow. >> some of the fathers said they just all had dad moments. >> off the charts. jeff glor, thank you very much. do appreciate it. up next, she's australia's meks top model, oh, no, not her. the live tv mistake you won't believe when we come back. my doctor said most calcium supplements...
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and all of a sudden producers rip off her sash and grab her tiera saying, oops, story, we need the roses back. something kind of similar happened in australia, not a beauty pageant but "australia's next top model" they announced the winner and turns out they got it wrong. it turned out innocently enough. >> the winner and australia's next top model for 2010 is -- it's you, kelsey. >> reporter: the 19-year-old was crowned the contest winner during the live tv finale last night. but while giving her acceptance speech, host sarah murdoch interrupted with a reality show's worst nightmare. >> i'm so sorry about this, oh, my god. i don't know what to say. this is not -- it was a complete accident, i'm so sorry. it's amanda, i'm so sorry.
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it was fed to me wrong. >> an apparent back-stake miscommunication resulted in the wrong order. kelsey was actually the runner-up and 18-year-old amanda ware, the winner. she took the news pretty well, congratulating her rival and even trying to console the distraught hope. >> don't worry. it's okay. >> it's an honest mistake, it's fine. >> reporter: but the controversy didn't end with speculation swirling the mistake was no accident and the bizarre mix-up was a publicity stunt to boost ratings, vehemently denied by the show's judges. >> at the end of the show, why would you do that? >> of course it fell really good to win for that 2030 seconds. you know, amanda won fair and square with her voice and like i said i'm here for the career, i want a modeling career, you know and to be i feel like i've achieved that. >> reporter: along with a place
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in reality tv immortality. she is certainly getting more attention this morning. >> that's classic. >> and everyone is saying she's been handling this with such grace, she's been handling it so well. she also did walk away, she walked away with $25,000, a trip to new york, perhaps would like to join us here on "the early show." >> i was going to say, they better at least get her a prize. >> yeah, she gets that runner-up prize but the girl who actually won taking the top prize, of course a modeling contract and a number of other -- >> i read on line the host is actually going to be answering questions at some point today because the internet is abuzz with the fact a lot of people saying this is all a set-up. >> it is really something to me, here's why, it shouldn't have taken that long to regardless the mistake. >> that part -- >> the speech is happening and they are really into this process before they realize it's a mistake? >> she may be in shock but the host's reaction was a little -- >> yeah. >> it was an accident. you don't have to say that if it really was an accident. i don't know.
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triple berry torte and black forest cake. our super parenting panel is back. with lots more expert advice. all kinds of questions this morning including how to start saving and when to start saving for college or this is actually for both of you, when to start talking about the birds and the bees. >> we'll hold your hand through it. >> we're make sure you are okay. >> now we can veer right off of the cliff on that one. this is very interesting, because we're taking -- we have questions we have generated, we have questions from twitter, we have questions from facebook and from our website, a great way for you to get involved in the broadcast and not afraid to tackle the tough stuff rng right. >> exactly. >> except for me. we'll be right back. your local news is next. in 2008 i quit venture capital
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it's 7:55. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm juliette goodrich. the execution of a convicted killer has been put on hold. albert greenwood brown was scheduled to be put to death on thursday at san quentin prison. a federal judge says he wants more time to review the lethal injection process. fema has denied the state's request for federal aid to help san bruno recover from this month's deadly explosion and fire. the state will be missing out on millions of dollars. however, fema has agreed to reimburse the state for up to 75% of the firefighting expenses. also, uc-berkeley is making major cuts to its sports programs. cal is getting rid of its baseball team, men's and women's gymnastics and women's lacrosse. the rugby team may also be turned into a club sport.
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for more stories, visit sutterhealth.org. our state has a huge deficit. meg whitman's plan will make it billions worse by eliminating the capital gains tax for wealthy investors, including herself. economists say her plan will "rip a hole in the budget" and is "deeply flawed". analysts for the l.a. times say whitman's plan is a "pure handout" to the rich creating a "huge risk" to schools and public safety. jerry brown's against this unfair giveaway because it will take billions from our children when we can least afford it. get california working again-for all of us. okay. the bay bridge toll plaza right now is the spot to avoid. we have our second accident of the morning this one involving a motorcycle and another car past the metering lights and it looks like this shot just froze on us but they are cycling through the metering lights in ultra slow motion now so it's jammed from the incline to the fremont street exit. and at the bay bridge toll
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plaza, it is backed up well into the maze. westbound 580 is just slow to say the least all the way back to highway 24. so watch out for that. san mateo bridge not a bad alternate. everything fine in the westbound 92 commute direction. bart another good option, it's on time. taking a live look at the golden gate bridge, nice flow of traffic. looks like a few low clouds out there, right? >> yeah, we have some clouds out there. areas of fog along the coastline also in parts of the bay this morning. that should be the telltale sign that today will not be like yesterday. it's going to be slightly cooler. looking out towards the transamerica building, blue skies here in the financial districts. seven-day forecast, a few areas of fog expected along the coastline during the day with mice near 70s. 80s at the bay, inland up to 99. we will continue to cool down thursday and friday. ,,,,,,,,
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boy, it's a wonderful crowd we have on the plaza. you know, i could describe you as a tight-knit group. >> ha, ha, ha. >> we'll get to that joke in a little bit. welcome back to the "early show." i'm harry smith along with maggie rodriguez. >> everybody's knitting for charity. a question, what is the difference between knitting and crocheting? >> i'm sure we'll get an answer soon. good question. >> knitting, two needles. crocheting, with one. ah? we taught you something. >> we have a lot of knitters here. no, we have crocheters too.
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>> yes. >> coming up in this hour, answers for parents. our super panel, reimpanelled yet once again to answer all kinds of questions from the birds and the bees to -- >> flowers and trees -- >> what information to give your kids or not give your kids and how to save money for college and all of that good stuff. we're going to do that with rebecca jarvis, dr. jennifer ashton and jennifer hartstein here as well in just a few minutes. also ahead this morning, if you're moving long distance, ever done it, you know it is a nightmare, but it can be more than that. it can be a scam. one price on the phone, when the truck shows up, they double or triple the price. susan koeppen will tell us a mover who did that from noin fr our hidden cameras. we'll talk about that. >> now to the newsdesk. >> good morning, everyone. southern florida is on flood alert.
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a soaking tropical depression making it's way up the coffee at 35 miles per hour. our miami station wfor joins us with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, erica. in south florida, they're getting quite the soaking. myself, i'm actually wading in ankle-deep water. we're here on miami beach. when you have the constant do downpours the concern is flooding. that is what is giving motorists quite a bit of trouble making their way through. of course, that's something to be cautious about. in preparation for this storm, water management officials, of course, began to pump our drainage system to make sure that any excess water or debris was out of the way to help deter some of that water runoff, but what we are doing with some of these flooding across south florida, and the news as of right now, we're not in the clear as this rain is expected to continue through the afternoon. erica? >> only the beginning. from miami this morning, thanks. officials in southern mexico now say at least four people
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were killed. 11 are missing following a massive mudslide. triggered by days of heavy rain. the river of mud and rock swept down a hillside yesterday. a commuter jet forced to make an emergency landing in milwaukee because of landing gear problems. this is the second such incident in just four days. the sky west airlines jet landed yesterday without one of its main landing gear. none of the 39 people onboard were injured but this is the same type of jet that made an emergency landing with landing gear problems in new york on saturday. former president jimmy carter spent the night in a cleveland hospital. doctors there want him to stay a little longer. he suffered stomach problems on a flight from atlanta yesterday. it is unclear when he'll resume his book tour. the grand ole opry last night reopening. some of the biggest names on hand. five months after severe flooding forced its closure.
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among the performers, martina mcbride, keith urban and brad paisley. ♪ safe to say that i'm going to get my pay back ♪ if he's anything like me ♪ >> the legendary grand ole opry radio show didn't miss a broadcast while the opry house was being repaired. the home of the show since 1974. and a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news." good morning. with so much focus on teachers in this country, we take to you japan to look at their system. why are teachers there so revered and respected and could the model work here in this country? that story and much more tonight only on the "cbs evening news." now back to "the early show." let's get you outside now where we find dave price with another check of the weather, and you predicting good weather today? >> all of these people involved with land's end a wonderful
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program to prepare blankets for the people who need it most, keeping warm this winter. such a great program. i'm going to ask you to hold my microphone one second. all right. can you give me -- how do i do this? >> here you go. hold -- listen to me. this is just like teaching golf. you get behind and try and cop a feel. there you go. where's the string, carla? >> i'm married, ma'am. i don't know -- >> you wrap it around. >> okay. >> go through the loop. >> okay. >> put it through here. >> there we go. >> you go through the loop. >> uh-huh. okay. i actually have a weather -- there we go. look at that. oh-ho! let's -- okay. there we go. thank you. and now for your wea
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in this morning's "eyen in this morning's eye on parenting our experts answer your questions. you were asked about everything from health and finances to the birds and the bees. here to respond, our "the early show" contributors, dr. hartstein, early show medical correspondent dr. jennifer ashton. and early show business and economics correspondent rebecca jarvis. we have lots to talk about. i want to start with you, dr. hartstein. this one comes from a viewer in los angeles. >> i have a 9-year-old daughter. she's drilling us already about the talk. so she knows about the body parts, cycle, pregnancy, no details.
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i wonder if you have any details on how we can approach it. >> that's a very important and common question. >> it is a very important and common question. she seems to know a lot about the basics. you need to keep that question open and answer the questions she's asking you. she's nine, appropriate to start the dialogue in an ongoing way. it should be multiple talks about what she asks. let her lead the question. the parents may think she wants to know one thing and she's asking something else. you need to be open. the more open, the more comfortable, the more prepared they are later. parents have to get over their own anxiety over that and be open. >> this is very serious. you've written an entire book about it. >> the other important thing. nine might sound young. a recent study in the journal of pediatrics shows girls as young as seven years of age starting
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breast develop. if their bodies start to change, that's the time you need to have the talk with them. >> it has to be ongoing. >> one time is not enough. it changes as they get older, the questions they have. >> it's as serious as anything you're going to do in your time as a parent. >> absolutely. >> we have a specific question from you dr. ashton, this comes from the early show facebook page. stacy asks what is safe to give my 1-year-old for a cold? this is a good question. >> especially this time of year when a lot of colds are going around. kids are back in school, doing sports. recently in the news we've heard a lot about the fact over the counter cold medicines really can be dangerous in children under the age of six. the american academy of pediatrics is really trying to emphasize to parents let the cold run its course. most colds last five to seven days. >> as a parent, your instinct is i have to respond to this. the best response is no response. >> there are things you can do.
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any parent of a child knows if they are congested, not only are they miserable, you're miserable. a bulb to pull the mucus out of their nose to make them feel better, nasal spaces, drink a lot of floods. bring them into the bathroom, humidifier. >> steam, steam, steam. a skype viewer in chicago. ritchie, are you with us? what's your question? >> we have two small children. my question is when should we start teach them about being responsible about money and saving for the future. >> it's a great question, a question a lot of parents ask themselves. the question is it's never too early to start. just like the medical responses from both the jennifers, it's about an ongoing conversation. not sitting down and having one conversation in life with your children but constantly teaching them through how you behave
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yourself. also at the grocery store there are moments to teach them about the cost of things. also a good idea to set up bank accounts and take them to the bank when you're setting up, so they can see this is how it all works. >> money has to go in before money comes out. >> that's right. >> how crazy. >> thank you. >> this is specifically for you, dr. hartstein. you'll remember a week or so ago, we had a story about the kids, bullies on the school bus. a disabled child on the school bus. these kids are being bullied. the father gets on the bus and tries to, you know, do mongolia about it, intervene in some way, shape or form. one of our viewers wrote us a note and said how could our kid be expected to learn anything when they are scared, embarrassed, abused. what advice do you give a parent? >> it's a really tough situation. when we're so flooded with emotion, it's hard to let my information in at all for adults or kids, especially for kids to regulate it. it's important for parents and kids to work together at really
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figuring out what's happening. put in some anti-bullying programs, talk about violence. find those kids. they are more prone to depression, more prone to anxiety, more prone to not going to school and having school failure. we want to work with the schools, with the families to talk about protective programmg, get help outside of school, all those things so they can participate the best they can. >> dr. ashton, back to you. this question comes from a mom from dallas. take a look. >> how important is it to immunize your children and what could happen if you don't? >> couldn't be more controversial. >> absolutely. but the cdc, center for disease control and prevention, is crystal clear. immunizations save lives. fifty to 100 years ago people died of measles. we've heard about whooping cough outbreaks where infants are dying, exposed by people who
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don't get revaccinated. it's a public health and an issue for your individual child. if you have questions or concerns, talk to their pediatrician. they are very accustomed to spacing out the scheduled immunizations and really talking parents their through concerns. >> jennifer, jennifer, rebecca, thank you very much. for more eye on parenting, all you need to do including blogs, photo essay, go to our website. don't call a mover until you see our undercover investigation. we because the a common scam on tape as it happened. you don't want to miss it. we'll be right back. >> announcer: eye on parenting sponsored by microsoft office 2010. for strong bones, i take calcium.
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anyone who has moved knows how frustrating it be to
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relocate. when you hire a professional mover to help ease the load. how do you make sure you didn't get ripped off. so you soon cope pen is here to tell us g. morning. >> the better bns bureau has received more than 27,000 moving-related complaints. unless you do your homework, you may be the next moving scam victim it's exhausting. it's expensive. and, it's just plain stressful. but, many americans say moving wasn't just a nightmare. it was a scam. >> more than 40 million americans will move to another home this year so there are a lot of people out there that fraudulent movers can take vanch of. >> reporter: tile ler green moved his family from the east coast to phoenix and hired budget van lines to do the job. he received a binding estimate for $3400. >> somebody out of california. >> reporter: but budget van lines was a moving broker.
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they hired a second company, ideal, moving and storage, to execute the move. >> brokers are really middlemen that are involved in the process because they are looking for a piece of the action. that's not the person you are going to be dealing with. >> reporter: to tyler's surprise, when ideal showed up on moving day, they had a different contract for him to sign. this time, for $9,000. $5500 more than the original binding estimate. >> after everything had been loaded, they were writing stuff down and kind of gave me a copy of it and didn't seem like it was right. >> reporter: so, when tyler greene got to arizona, he asked for help from the arizona department of weights and measures. >> we run into a great deal of this. i wish it weren't so. >> reporter: when the movers arrived in phoenix. >> i'm skrchlt j. strong from the department of -- >> reporter: j.j.str o oh and o our cameras were waiting. >> sir, the reason i'm here there was a dispute over the pricing on this. i'm interested in what your documentation shows versus what he was sent. >> i have no idea.
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>> okay. >> i pick up the stuff. i don't do any paperwork. >> well, that puts you at risk. i'd prefer you dfnt do that. >> reporter: turns the driver in the unmarked ryder truck worked for yet a third company hired to move tyler greene's belongings. >> you the one unfortunately to make a final decision because you are here and the possessions here -- >> reporter: after a quick call to ideal moving & storage. >> we got a major problem here. >> reporter: the movers decided to unload the truck for the original price of $3400. >> the load and unload has been fine. it's just the business that came in between it that was the problem. >> reporter: and a statement to o cbs news ideal moving & stoernlg says, quote, the customer received a bining estimate based on an incomplete list of items that was provided during the initial order for service. budget van lines says, quote, due to this incident bvl has
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suspended service with ideal moving & stoernlg pending further investigation. based on our report the federal motor carrier safety administration is investigating tyler greene's case, maggie. >> he was lucky he had someone to help him. >> exactly right. >> for people who don't, what steps should people take to make things go well. >> first, know who you are dealing with, make sure the company you are hiring is the company doing the move. you saw in his case a lot of different people involved. also, make sure you get an in-home estimate. that means that somebody comes to your house, they go through single room, they see everything that you want moved. and then, also you can go to website protectyourmove.gov, great information what to do when moving or get scammed. >> very good stuff. susan, thank you. harry? we've got a story with a happy ending. lovely young couple here, they are -- he's going to propose, right, on the brooklyn bridge and he has the ring out and he
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drops it? uhhh. you'll love the end of this story, trey and kelsey wil,,,,,,
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in san jose has blocked the execution of convicted kil it's 8:25. time for news headlines from cbs 5. i'm juliette goodrich. a federal judge has blocked the execution of a convicted killer saying more time is needed to review the lethal injection process used in california. if albert brown is not executed in san quentin there week it won't happen until sometime next year. california won't get millions of federal dollars to help san bruno recover from this month's deadly explosion and fire. the state has received a letter from fema denying its request for aid. however, fema will reimburse the state for up to 75% of the firefighting expenses. and the east bay will soon see its first wal-mart supercenter. last night the antioch city council approved a plan to expand the store on lonetree
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way. it will now include a bakery, produce section and also a full- service deli. traffic and weather right after this. , focus group. so w are we testing here? that's our new pastrami grilled sandwich. oh, great. hey, are they happy we got rid of the rye bread? totally. they love our grilled artisan bread. they say it's the perfect compliment to the classic hot pastrami, melting cheese, deli mustard and pickles. awesome. hey, um what are we testing in that room? oh! nothing we were just hazin' the intern.
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good morning. well, maybe not so good on the bay bay. it's a rough ride. two separate incidents and a stall on the upper deck of the bay bridge earlier this morning. everything is cleared out of lanes now. but we're left with just kind of a mess as you approach the toll plaza.
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westbound 80 backed up to sunol and it's slow and go on northbound 80 on that approach jammed from the grand avenue curve. give yourself some extra time heading into san francisco from the east bay. south bay a lot of slow traffic here. this is downtown san jose in northbound lanes of 280. just jammed from downtown all the way out towards saratoga. and actually right around where our camera is in the southbound lanes of 280, these lanes over here, there is an accident reported right there by the highway 17 interchange. must be just before where our camera is. and 880 just beginning to slow down a little bit here as you pass the coliseum. it improves closer to the downtown oakland exit. here's tracy with your forecast. >> hey, thanks, elizabeth. well, here's a shot from our camera at mount vaca and plenty of sunshine expected today. a few high clouds thrown in there but temperatures today you probably will feel the difference. cooler through friday.
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welcome back to "the early show." coming up an interview with keira knightley. i was trying to o figure out my favorite movie of hers. it is impossible there, are so many good ones. >> so many. >> this is unlike she's done before. she'll talk to amanda holden about that and tell us what it's like to be a movie star since the age of 17, actually just eight years ago for her. >> also ahead this morning. a test for our friend katie lee. listen up, now, make one week of healthy dinners for a family of four, spend less than $50 total.
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>> for the entire week. >> seven meals. >> $50, okay. >> 50 bucks, sounds impossible. she created an amazing menu and will show us what she cooked up for us in a moment. >> good idea. i need help with that. plus the man who popped the question but, ugh, dropped the ring, it is actually a fantastic story. we're happy to report it's got a great ending. there you see the beautiful couple, they get engaged on the brooklyn bridge. >> he dropped it from the bridge? oh, my god. >> yeah. you'll hear the full story. got news, she got the ring. in case you wonder, she did say yes, which is good, right. >> oh, my gosh. i can only wait to hear how they found the ring. >> we'll meet the man who saved the question and will answer your question. >> absolutely. >> now dave has completed the blanket, large scraf he was knitting. >> i know what you are thinking i'm being bar mitzvahed o or got
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a part in -- great people from land's inn in a nutshell in seconds what are you trying to do. >> we are making these easy squares our goal is to make 64,000 so we want everyone across the country to get involved, get go-to landsinn.com to learn more. they are being donated locally within the united states. >> terrific. we appreciate it very much. this is like being hard-wired.
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>> an ver sees, 27 years and 16 years from fort wayne, indiana. hip-hip crochet, hip-hip crochet
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to you! that's a quick look at your weather picture. >> why i do laugh at every dumb thing you say? you've got to stop. >> that thank you. thank you. kerry nightly best known in starring in beautiful movies about days gone by. her new film is very different. amanda holden spoke with her in london and joins us with the story. good to see you g. morning, amanda. >> good morning, mag dee. yes, she's a london girl and said she had a lovely childhood but actually a movie star since age 17. she's since made a dozen films and says non of the characters she's played are like her. unlike her previous work, this movie is horror film, and i say that because it fills you with horror and has taken keira in a whole new direction. playing the quintessential english art skrat, she has illuminated costume drams --
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>> and a decency and moral sense. >> we took her to the town hall here in london, where they filmed scenes from her new movie about school children "never let me go". >> incredibly lnt and you look at them, as well, wow, how touching this is troord nary then you realize the truth. >> students here are special. keeping yourselves well, keeping yourselves healthy inside is of paramount importance. >> in the film modern medicine a is taken to chilling extremes. the movie depicks a movie in which children are born and bred to be organ donors. >> it is frightening but more about humanity's ability to look the other way, i think, in the fact that your morals can go out the window if you think that you
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can survive in a certain way, whatever your morals may be. >> there's a scene where you all as teenagers are all in that cafe. because you have for real experience with the outside world i know you've done roll-play within school lessons. i wonder if you can say anything els else? >>. >> a moment in your own life where you were comfortably properly? >> comfortably. ever day, unfortunately. i think that that -- i think, again, if you are taking the whole film as a snap tsdzshot of everybody's life that's very much the first time you go into a pub, desperately trying to be grown up but not actually able to do that and i'm constantly doing that. i do all the time.
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i'm wearing high heels today, a really bad idea. >> within the film you are in a love triangle. >> yeah. >> have you ever been in a love triangle yourself. >> how boring of me. >> it's time. >> it's time. i don't know. we'll see. >> shall we all look for o some ribbon together? >> her love life seems rock solid, actually, seen with the actor since they met. although she absolutely does not talk about him. >> i've just seen a short film by your real leading man. >> yes. >> how is it working about together again? >> i have no idea who you are talking about, by the way. um, it was -- yeah, it was great. >> but it isn't limited to -- o earlier this month she stopped
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traffic in the streets of paris fi filming for chanel. is that the real you? do you feel comfortable, or are you more of a mo-ped. >> great fun, really good fun. how many times can you wear a beige catsuit by chanel. >> did you get to take it home? >> no. >> while no one wears a costume, any better, she seems casual, comfortable in her own skin. she's such a girl's girl and someone that you really want to be friends with. after we did the interview i said to her have you got a free day now and she said, yes, i'm off to o do my washing, laundry you to, so glamorous. >> she really does seem really down to earth. i was watching your piece, amanda and trying to think of my favorite, the ones you
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mentioned, i thought of so many and i remembered that little movie she did, "bend it like beckham" where she played soccer -- football. did she mention that. >> i asked her that question, do you sort of kick a ball around? he said it's really funny you ask me that because just the other day she went to the park apparently with a load of men who were friends and they all thought she would be fannic and she said the minute she kicked the ball she missed and screamed and her leg was too high, she said i'm absolutely rubbish at football. so it was obviously camera tickery. >> i love your new hair-do, by the way. >> thank you. congratulations on the baby. >> i'll send you a picture. >> do. >> last week trey turner proposed to his girlfriend, now fiance, kelsey kramer. now you can understand why his hands may have been shaking. unfortunately he was stanning on o the brooklyn bridge with the engagement ring and it was
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dropped. luckily, though, a construction engineer working on the bridge proved that ring's best friends. they are joining us along with their hero doug reese. this is a wonderful story. i love sitting here getting to know the three of you this morning, take us back to that moment, trey, why did you pick the brooklyn bridge? there is a story to that, as well. >> first of all, we're from florida and so kelsey loves water and there's lots of bridges in florida. i mean, bridges are really one of her favorite things. she's always, you know, talked about it, she loves the water and we came up here and visited. she's working up here now so she had just moved up here and we visited over the summer and her parents actually used to live up here and one of the things they said, they are like you have to go across the brooklyn bridge and walk across it and so fun, you get to see the city and everything and we had done that, one of our favorite things and really magical and this was kind of just this memory of us together and one of kelsey's favorite things. i talked to her mom before when i bought the ring. she took me out to dinner after
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i bought the ring she's like how are you going to do it, all excited. i was like, i want to surprise her and all that and we decided the brooklyn bridge would be the perfect place. >> it's perfect. that in itself is the telling of a great story how you got engaged. so, kelsey there, you are standing on the bridge, trey is getting ready to go off, ready to go on tour, a musician. you are going to have to sa good-bye soon then all of a sudden everything is happening. did you know at the time he was going to propose? >> i had no idea. no, i just thought we were going out for a celebration of him leaving -- not of him leaving -- but, yeah, my birthday. and so, we were walking and he was behind me, it was really busy and crowded and the first thing i xhoo knew i heard his voice and i heard something and i turned around and knew from his face what he dropped after i saw his face but no idea before that at all. >> drew: realized he dropped your engagements ring. >> uh-huh. >> what was the first thing that
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went through your head? >> how upset he probably was and what i was going to make him feel better and i had no idea. so -- >> you saved up for a long time. you could actually hear it clinging, i understand as it went through the slots. >> yes. i heard -- i watched it and saw it fall and heard it and immediately dropped to my hands and knees looking to try to find it and just disbelief, you know. and somewhere in there came up with some awesome pick-up line of i just dropped your engagement ring off the brooklyn bridge, will you marry me? >> of course, she said yes. >> absolutely. >> you get smart, the bridge is under construction. you call and doug reese happens to be the man who found the ring. you get a call an engagement ring has been dropped on the bridge. an professional engineer for a couple decades but ever had a call like this, we need you to look for an engagement ring. >> never. this is the first ring mission i've gone on.
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>> it was successful. you really wanted it to be successful. >> i did. i did. i really did. i proposed to my wife on top of a mayan pyramid in mexico and it went through my mind if i had dropped that, i would have been devastated and i thought, how they must be feeling at that time. and i really wanted to find that ring for them. so, yeah, we made it our mission to o go out there and find that ring. >> did it take very long? >> no. they were really, really lucky. it's amazing how lucky they were when you think about all the things that had to happen for that ring to be found. but, if they would have lost that ring a month ago, there would have been no shield there. it would be at the bottom of the river. they would have lost it on the manhattan side of the bridge, there was no shield there, either. if they would have lost it a month from now -- there would be so much work going on it would be like finding a needle in a haystack. as luck would have it we went down there within 10, 15 minutes not even in a nook or cranny, right on top of the shield.
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>> during the break, a as you held hands i saw you looking at the hand, a really sweet moment. >> yeah. >> before we let you go, you said to me it's not really about the ring. what's the most important thing about all this for you? >> us being engaged. >> we're getting married. as our friends would say, finally. >> took my time. >> no, it's that our -- big changes, i moved away and the fact we are finally getting married and can finally live together and finally start our life. >> it's great. congratulations. >> thank you. >> to both of you. doug, thanks for o being here, as well. keep us posted on the wedding. and don't lose that ring harry. >> what a great story. thanks, guys. making healthy meals for a family can be expensive. we challenged o our "early show" krebtor katie lee to come up with a week's worth of delicious dinners, thereon this for fifth bucks.
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she was up to the challenge, of course, and joins us this morning. when you first heard this, $50 for one, two, three, four, five, six, seven family meals, family of four, right, did you think it was really possible. >> you know, i knew it was possible but it was going to take some thought and we are four people, fifty bucks, seven meals it sounds like quite a challenge but with careful planning, it is very doable. when you are putting that much thought into your meals, you are much more likely to make healthy decisions. >> right. not making the jump decision, the spurr of the moment choice as you go through the store. >> or, hey, kids we're late after soccer practice let's go through the drive-through. when you know you have this at home you are much more likely to have something healthy. those fast-food meals average about eight dollars a person. all of ours average about two dollars a person. >> you did everything, four people, seven meals, less than $50. >> yes. isn't that amazing? >> as we go along we'll talk about the planning because this
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ended up about being really thinking ahead. >> really thinking ahead and making a list. >> monday night we'll have pork melanase? in a restaurants i'd be thrilled if someone served me that. boneless porkchops are a really good alternative to skinless, boneless chicken breasts about 7.99 a pounds. these are much less expensive pound it thin, coat it with bread crumbs, this the arugal is fresh and yummy, would you believe only $1.68 a person. >> i like it. >> fantastic, right? that is going to taste so good. monday, off with a bang. tuesday. >> baked ravaoli with spinach. i like one vegetarian night because you will save money and nobody the miss it with a dish like this. a two-pounds bag is about two bucks. so, this ends up being $1.62 a person, really, really good. >> frozen food section or? >> right. mix it with frozen spinach and
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fro o zen vegetables are always less expensive and have just as many if not more vitamins frozen as soon as they are picked. >> katie, you are knocking it around in this morning. >> save some of that cheese we'll use it later. >> okay all right. >> wednesday night, this is so yummy, lemon chicken with polena and roasted beats. buying a whole chicken is always less expensive. >> cut it up yourself. >> and save your beet greens we'll use them later. >> a lot of times you throw it away but it is delicious. >> you know, what i was a doubter and i'm starting to become a convert. >> we'll use the beet greens thursday with or salmon cakes and dillled orzo o. wild salmon is about $19.99 a pound but in a can is much less expensive. don't turn up your nose. we loved. >> we ate it as kids. >> and orzo only 80 cents for a
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whole box so you use it later. sauteed with butter and garlic and you are in business. this is 2.16 a person. really, really graflt. >> what's this. >> next up, friday night we'll have calzones with broccoli and chicken. >> thank goodness. i had no idea what it was. >> harry. this is really good. i saved leftover chicken from wednesday night, shredded it, mixed with frozen broccoli and cheese left from tuesday night's ravaoli, whole wheat pizza dough is a dollar -- >> you don't have to make it yourself. >> guess what this was 62 cents a person. tell me a pizza parlor in america you can do that. >> can't. what's this. >> sausage and lentil stew, they about a dollar a pound mixed with sausage, cale and tomatoes, hearty and delicious. next up, sunday night, beef fahitas, you can still have a
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nice steak with peppers, onions, sour cream, really fun all of these less than $50. we came in at 49.40. how do you like that. >> that's really strong, a powerful performance. thank you very much. you can find these recipes and more on our website. all you need to do is go to earlyshow.cbsnews.com. we're going to be right back. you are watching "the early show" on cbs.,,,, [ ruiz ] reliable tools started as a brick and mortar store.
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welcome back. last night we all enjoyed the season premiere of one of the best shows on cbs, "the good wife" starring of course julianna margulies and our very own erica hill. >> look at the gentleman's feet, they are pointing away from her husband. now, let's look at mrs. clinton's feet. they are facing toward her
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husband. this is a marriage that can recover. now let's look at alicia's, one foot toward her husband, one foot away from her husband. it just signifies ambivalence. >> you were amazing. >> you don't even need to speak, you had a really strong performance. >> it was really hard to play myself. it was a hard performance. >> show me how you got that nod down. >> i was listening to you. >> one more time? >> and the glasses just clinched it. >> lucky for them i was still dealing with my "erration at that point o. we didn't have a choice. >> can i ask you a question? >> yeah. >> did they give you direction. >> no, they didn't. apparently they had shot the scene with an actor being a newsperson and said it just didn't feel real so they said, can we shoot something on "the early show" set? and i said sure. >> you were believable in your look. >> i actually had some lines. >> they were cut. >> have you been invited back?
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>> i have. >> see. >> wow, recurring role. >> so keep watching "t,,,,,,,,,,
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headlines... a federal judge in san jose has blocked the execution of convicted killer "albert good morning to you, a federal judge has blocked the execution of albert greenwood brown. the judge said more time is needed to review the lethal injection process. if not put to death this week, the execution would not happen until next year. jerry brown was the winner by a whisker according to a poll conducted last night. 40% of the polls felt brown won, with meg whitman close behind. the remaining 23% felt there was no clear winner. uc berkeley is making major cuts to its sports program, getting rid of baseball, mens
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and womens gymnastics and lacrosse. the school hopes to save $5 million by 2014. we'll have traffic and weather coming right up. ,,,,,,,,
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state budget cuts are crippling my classroom, so i can't believe the sacramento politicians cut a backroom deal that will give our state's wealthiest corporations a new billion dollar tax give-away, a new handout that can only mean larger class sizes and even more teacher layoffs. but passing prop 24 can change all that. prop 24 repeals the unfair corporate give-away and puts our priorities first. vote yes on prop 24, because it's time to give our schools a break, not the big corporations.
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good morning, a problem spot is still the poll plaza. some of our coworkers have been coming into work late complaining about how late the backups are. jammed from 980 and if you're using 880, it's slow and go back to 7th street. once you get on the upper deck on ultra slow mode, it is slow all across the upper deck towards the freemont street exit. give yourself plenty of extra time if you're crossing the bay bridge. it was really backed up where we had an accident. that is clear, but still slow from 237. that is your traffic. here's tracy with the forecast. thanks, elizabeth. i had coworkers complaining yesterday about the heat. today, not as hot. looking out towards the bay bridge there, highs expected up to 99 inland cooling off with highs in the lower 80s. ,,,,,,,,
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